Monstress

DREW UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE AND DANCE PRESENTS… MONSTRESS
adaptations of three canonical stories–Medusa, Sandman, and White Snake (in English and Mandarin).  Devised under the guidance of the Tectonic Theater Project’s Moment Work™ Institute by Drew’s New York Semester on Theatre Ensemble, these thematically related tales of “monstrous”  women are told in contrasting styles, featuring traditional Chinese shadow-puppetry, Gothic melodrama, and a modern slant on Greek mythology.  Directed by Jolie Tong.
What makes a woman a monster?
Email keanboxoffice@drew.edu for the performance link.
Monstress is available in two accessible versions: one with open captioning in English, and one with audio descriptions in English.
 
Content advisory: This performance contains depictions and descriptions of domestic abuse, physical violence (body horror), sexual assault, and suicide. Please contact the production dramaturgs (asileo@drew.edu or egroudisgimbel@drew.edu) if you need more information about the performance content.
Poster design by Avianna Miller.
Production

Monstress

DREW UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE AND DANCE PRESENTS... MONSTRESS
adaptations of three canonical stories--Medusa, Sandman, and White Snake (in English and Mandarin). Devised under the guidance of the Tectonic Theater Project's Moment Work™ Institute by Drew's New York Semester on Theatre Ensemble, these thematically related tales of "monstrous" women are told in contrasting styles, featuring traditional Chinese shadow-puppetry, Gothic melodrama, and a modern slant on Greek mythology. Directed by Jolie Tong.
What makes a woman a monster?

Email keanboxoffice@drew.edu for the performance link.

Monstress is available in two accessible versions: one with open captioning in English, and one with audio descriptions in English.

Content advisory: This performance contains depictions and descriptions of domestic abuse, physical violence (body horror), sexual assault, and suicide. Please contact the production dramaturgs (asileo@drew.edu or egroudisgimbel@drew.edu) if you need more information about the performance content.
Poster design by Avianna Miller.